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Heartland virus disease is a newly described disease affecting a handful of people in the Midwest.
A concerned mother brought her 5 year old daughter in to the pediatrician with red papules on her face. Use VisualDx to confirm or help shape your diagnosis.
There are many ways you can learn about VisualDx and SMART on FHIR at Cerner Health Conference 2016.
During the conference, Ms. Keenan and Ms. Ferrer presented a poster titled “Effect of a Workplace Canine Companion: Analysis of a Survey Evaluation of Employees,” featuring our office dog, Tobias.
A 50-year-old cattle farmer went to his doctor after returning from a 10-day tour of Australian ranches.
A recent study published in JAMA Internal Medicine compared the diagnostic performance of online symptom checkers against actual physicians to see which had better accuracy. Physicians were correct 72% of the time, beating the computer tools by a 2-to-1 margin. Consumer symptom checkers are not designed to be replacements or even cognitive assistants for physicians. So here is a more apt headline: “Study reveals physicians do poorly in solving relatively easy medical cases.”
VisualDx understands the importance of speed and accuracy when it comes to making decisions in the emergency department.
All this week, health care professionals have thrust health IT into the spotlight as part of National Health IT Week (September 26-30). As part of the health IT community, VisualDx is committed to patient safety and reducing diagnostic error through the use of its digital products.
A 2011 CDC study shows sepsis on the rise. To be proactive, the CDC wants to combat sepsis at the patient level.